Several years ago Jacqui decided to study Fine Arts to expand her skills and knowledge in the creative fields.
She spent 5 years at National Art School in Sydney and achieved her BFA with Honours in Ceramics. She successfully won awards and also had the opportunity to exhibit her work in leading galleries in Sydney. Jacqui’s ceramics are sculptural in form, delicate pieces made from Porcelain and glazes.
She has exhibited at Stella Downer Fine Arts Gallery in Danks Street, Waterloo and at Sabbia Gallery in Paddington, Sydney.
“Jacqui’s still-life sculptures speak of the built environment and deal with gravity in a playful whimsical way, resulting in highly resolved and elegant forms that entrance the viewer.” Quote from Sabbia Gallery.
“Hudson’s ceramic assemblages seduce the spectator with the allure of their thick, creamy glazes. Meticulously arranged architectural structures are built from corrugated circular slabs and egg like shapes performing balancing acts. The visual tension and counterpoise of these simple forms generate a precarious kinetic energy as cracked shells and rolling forms teeter towards the edge of slab constructions.” From article in Ceramics: Art and Perception by Dr Julie Bartholomew (No. 90 2012)